syslinux

Simple kernel loader which boots from a FAT filesystem
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Description

SYSLINUX is a suite of bootloaders, currently supporting DOS FAT filesystems, Linux ext2/ext3 filesystems (EXTLINUX), PXE network boots (PXELINUX), or ISO 9660 CD-ROMs (ISOLINUX). It also includes a tool, MEMDISK, which loads legacy operating systems from these media.

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History

buildsys.tag

pjones's syslinux-6.02-4.fc21 tagged into f21 by pjones

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8 days ago - 2014-04-15 17:58:46

buildsys.build.state.change

pjones's syslinux-6.02-4.fc21 completed

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8 days ago - 2014-04-15 17:58:36

buildsys.build.state.change

pjones's syslinux-6.02-4.fc21 started building

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8 days ago - 2014-04-15 17:44:42

git.receive

pjones pushed to syslinux (master). "Do our firmware/nonlinux packages as .noarch + ExclusiveArch (..more)"

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8 days ago - 2014-04-15 17:37:09

buildsys.tag

pjones's syslinux-6.02-3.fc21 tagged into f21 by pjones

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8 days ago - 2014-04-15 14:56:04

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